#3
Please leave my thread.

You caused enough trouble in the metal forum. You don't have to troll me everywhere.
#4
Quote by Butt Rayge
Please leave my thread.

You caused enough trouble in the metal forum. You don't have to troll me everywhere.


1. I DO NOT see your name on this thread.

2. ZOMGOHNOES!

3. Quit whining. I can post where I like.
#5
I've heard a bit about these guys in OzProg forum, but I've never bothered to listen. Will now.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#7
Yeah not too bad. Some bits reminded me of Dead Letter Circus. It'll most likely grow on me, including the vocals; like most other bands I listen to. For instance, I couldn't stand Mammal at first.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#9
If you'd like. DLC are almost like a 'watered-down' version of Karnivool, though still catchy and the singer can get good highs. Mammal are sort of funk rocky, political, energetic.

DLC - Disconnect and Apply or Alien (I prefer Alien but Disconnect and Apply is more accessable) - http://www.myspace.com/deadlettercircus

Mammal - Smash the Pinata - http://www.myspace.com/mammaltheband

All in all, I really love Australia's prog/metal music scene at the moment, and all the bands seem to be friends with each other. Do you like any others?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#10
I anticipated your answer and I'm already listening to Mammal.

To be honest, I've really only listened to Karnivool and The Butterfly Effect and I love them both.

There's also Subnormal (hold on for a link) who I think may have disbanded after one release...

EDIT: Here you go - https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1052471&highlight=Subnormal
Last edited by Butt Rayge at Sep 2, 2009,
#12
I've to say I'm not a fan of Tool. I like The Butterfly Effect, though.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#14
I looked, wasn't too fond of them.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#16
Saw them yesterday at the Open Arms festival. They were they best band there. Even better than Karnivool.

Also, they were the only band who took the time to come down to the merch stand and meet people, do signings, etc. I bought and got signed their EP, and met all of them.

The bassist gave me one of his picks and the keyboardist tole me I was working harder than they were out there.